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“Five Broken Cameras” and Israeli Youth

In June 2012, Born Equal reviewed the Palestinian documentary film Five Broken Cameras, which documents anti-occupation protests in the West Bank village of Bil’in. The film’s directors, Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi, chose to spotlight local children’s experiences of the community’s conflict with … Continue reading

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News Update: Closing Arguments in Trial of Israeli Policeman in Shooting Death of Palestinian Child Stone-Thrower

The leftist Israeli newspaper Ha-Aretz reported this week on the trial of Omri Abu, an Israeli border policeman who fatally shot a young Palestinian boy named Ahmad Musa during a demonstration in the West Bank town of Ni’lin in 2008. According … Continue reading

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Occupation and Resistance Through the Eyes of a Child: “Five Broken Cameras”

Emad Burnat’s and Guy Davidi’s moving documentary Five Broken Cameras follows two interconnected narrative trajectories. First, the film documents the West Bank village Bil’in’s multi-year protest campaign against the expansion of Israeli-Jewish towns onto village farmland. Second, the film traces the … Continue reading

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